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FOX News
Feb 24, 2013 3:00pm EST
now. it's 20 more points higher than republicans. he beat them on the debt ceiling. i beat them on the fiscal cliff. i can do it again. the polls show the public will be with me. whether it is well founded confidence, we'll find out but that is what is driving some of this. he feels like he can win this. >> paul: you think it may be overconfidence on the part of the president. this is different and how so? >> it absolutely is. republicans no they got beat on the debt ceiling fight and it's a deliberate strategy to make sure it doesn't happen again. they are ready and willing to let it go into effect because think of it. what are we talking at the moment? we're not talking about republicans lack of unity on taxes. we're talking about spending, size of government. talking about additional spending. this is exactly where the republicans want the debate. >> paul: could they split over defense spending where a lot of members don't want the damage that it could do to the pentagon? >> this is where the president is going to hammer the hardest. what is notable here, even the republicans who have some qualm
FOX News
Feb 23, 2013 2:00pm EST
the debt ceiling debate in 2011 and beat them on the fiscal cliff, i can do it again. the polls show that the public will be with me. whether that's well-founded, we'll find out, but i think that's what's driving some of this. he feels as if he can win this. >> you think it may be overconfidence on the part of the president, and this is different than the other two fights that jason mentioned, how so? >> it absolutely is. republicans know that they got beat on the debt ceiling and the fact that they're embracing the strategy. it's a deliberate strategy. they're ready and willing to let this go into effect and think of it. step back and what are we talking about at the moment. what we're the not talking about is republicans lack of unity on taxes, we're talking about spending, we're talking about the size of government. we're talking about the president's addiction to spending, we're talking about priorities, this is exactly where the republicans want this to be. >> but could they split over defense spending, kim, where a lot of their members don't want the damage that this could
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